The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority is celebrating birds and bats in 2024 with the ‘Year of the Wing’ community awareness campaign. This month, the Western Gerygone bird is featured.
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority is pleased to announce 2024 is the ‘Year of the Wing’. Each month the CMA will feature a different species of bird or bat, local to the Goulburn Broken catchment.
Hughes Creek near Avenel is home to one of just a handful of remaining endangered Macquarie perch fish populations in Victoria, so finding ways to maintain their numbers is a high stakes endeavour.
Land and water use in the Goulburn Murray Irrigation District (GMID) is continuing to change according to the latest data collected in a series of spatial mapping and irrigation surveys.
A site that provides residents with information about where water may spread to in a flood has been upgraded.
The Squirrel Glider is the Catchment Critter of the Month as part of the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority’s Our Catchments Our Communities Taking Care of Country project, funded by the Victorian Government.
Wednesday 29 November 2023
The 2024 Goulburn Broken Catchment calendar is now available, featuring stunning images of the region’s native plants, animals and natural environment.
A project aimed at protecting the endangered Buxton Silver Gum has uncovered some fascinating information about the native tree. The GBCMA coordinated a five-year project with the Euroa Arboretum to increase and improve the catchment's populations of the tree.
A whole farm plan is a way of planning and managing your farm business that takes into account the whole farm and all its resources as well as your goals and vision for the future.
More invasive trees will be removed along the banks of Hughes Creek in Avenel and replaced with native species.
The Short-beaked Echidna is the Catchment Critter of the Month as part of the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority’s (CMA) Our Catchments Our Communities Taking Care of Country project, funded by the Victorian Government.
A delivery of water for the environment into the Goulburn River this month is hoped to result in record native fish spawning.
Undera dairy farmer Sarah Parker has been appointed as chair of the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GBCMA).
Ms Parker replaces outgoing chair Helen Reynolds, who held the position for four years.
A plan that oversees the management of land and water in the region was preparing for more market volatility and damaging climate extremes, according to the committee drafting it.
A strategic plan that looks after the region’s land and water in the irrigated landscape is nearing completion.